Precise means strictly correct or very exact. If you need something to be precise, like the positioning of a safety net for a stunt jump over a canyon, there's no room for error.
The word precise might make you think of nerdy scientists with rulers or stiff accountants double checking their calculations. But being precise, or painstakingly accurate, has its merits. When making a grilled cheese sandwich, for example, it’s important that the arrangement of ingredients be precise: Place a tomato in each corner and ensure that the cheese covers every inch of bread so that each bite is full of gooey delight.
adj sharply exact or accurate or delimited
conforming exactly or almost exactly to fact or to a standard or performing with total accuracy
easy to perceive; especially clearly outlined
marked by strict and particular and complete accordance with fact
(sometimes followed by `to') applying to or characterized by or distinguishing something particular or special or unique
minutely precise especially in differences in meaning
developed in excessively fine detail
marked by precise accordance with details
extremely precise with great attention to details
done with delicacy and skill
on the button, on the nose
being precise with regard to a prescribed or specified criterion
precisely as stated